45 ACP +P 111gr extreme defense
NOT Extreme penetration
Avg. 1700 FPS avg 5" barrel
Ammunition Real World Solutions for Real World Situations
Made from solid copper, EXD bullet is “barrier blind”. It easily punches through barriers including sheet metal, auto glass, and bone while maintaining the ability to effectively transfer energy to the target. The EXD creates massive amounts of drag within soft targets and was designed from the ground up to meet the FBI’s specifications for bullet performance and penetration. Rather than using the bullet’s energy to initiate expansion, like a traditional deforming hollow point, the EXD redirects fluid radially away from the projectile’s path through “flutes” on the bullet. The massive pressure difference created by the flutes concentrates fluid, as well as bone/tissue fragments, and rapidly accelerates them into its surroundings. By using a design that doesn’t rely on expansion, the EXD is able to provide more consistent and predictable performance across a wide range of situations.
The XD ammunition has an optimized nose flute, total weight, and velocity to achieve a penetration depth range of 22 inches with a permanent wound cavity (PWC) that is just simply enormous; no other expanding hollow point comes close to achieving anywhere near this diameter and volume. Not only is the PWC over 100% larger than any other expanding bullet, it is near barrier blind, ignoring wallboard, sheet metal, and automotive glass.
We were able to accomplish this quantum leap in terminal performance at the same time while reducing recoil.
Comes in sealed 20 round box
SUPER LIMITED RELEASE
- Caliber: .45 Acp +P
- Bullet Weight: 111 grain XD
- Bullet Style: CNC Monolithic
- Muzzle Velocity: 1700 FPS 5" barrel
- Muzzle Energy: 710 ft.-lbs.
- Case Type: Brass
- Primer Type: Boxer
- Corrosive: No
- Rounds: 20
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Current packing and processing time for .45 ACP is 4-5 business days from when your order is processed and you receive a tracking number due to incredibly high order volume.
Some good articles of why ammo is gone and so expensive.
Click here article in Guns and Ammo magazine
Click here article from Recoil magazine
Click here article on primer shortages Guns and Ammo magazine